To Rome With Love

Genre:  Comedy
Running Time:  112 min.
Release Date: July 6, 2012 - Vancouver, Toronto - July 6, 2012 - Toronto, Vancouver
July 13 - wide
July 20 - Montreal

DVD: January 15, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 3.74
based on 98 votes and 31 reviews
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Cast: Woody Allen, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penélope Cruz, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig, Ellen Page


Well-known American architect John (Alec Baldwin) returns to Rome, where he lived in his youth, for a vacation. While walking through his former neighborhood he meets Jack (Jesse Eisenberg), a young man who reminds him of his younger self. As Jack fall head-over-heels for Monica (Ellen Page), John relives a painful romantic time in his life.

A retired opera director named Jerry (Woody Allen) and his wife Phyllis (Judy Davis) fly to Rome to meet their daughter Hayley's (Alison Pill) Italian fiancé, Michelangelo (Flavio Parenti). When Jerry hears Michelangelo's undertaker father, Giancarlo, sing complicated operatic arias in the shower, he decides to promote Jerry as a singer while at the same time reviving his own career.

Leopoldo Pisanello (Roberto Benigni) wakes up one morning to find he's one of Italy's most famous men. The paparazzi trail him everywhere and although Leopoldo gets used to being in the limelight, he comes to realizes the downside of fame.

Meanwhile, Antonio has arrived in Rome hoping to impress his relatives with his lovely new wife Milly. When the couple is separated for the day through a chance misunderstanding, Antonio instead passes off a beautiful stranger (Penélope Cruz) as his wife, while Milly is romanced by a legendary movie star.

Director: Woody Allen
Studio: Mongrel Media
Producer(s): Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum
Screenplay: Woody Allen
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  • 1 star "Only thing I enjoyed was the scenery as it reminded me of the places we had been!"
  • 3 stars "I enjoyed the movie but miss the old Woody Allen"
  • 3 stars "Not my favourite but worth watching."